Our core solution
Trust Stamp uses facial biometrics to provide identity authentication for online-originated or facilitated business and social transactions.
We start by verifying the liveness of the subject by prompting them to take a “secure-selfie” using a smartphone (or computer with a camera) which we then subject to multilayer proof of life tests to ensure that there is a live human face in front of the camera. The image is then converted into a 3D histogram, from which a biometric hash is generated that is unique to the subject’s face and storable on the enterprise server or in a Blockchain constituting a unique and immutable digital identity.
Proprietary pattern recognition AI then compares the secure-selfie to government-issued photo ID and/or images found through online data mining to permanently attach a legal identity to the biometric hash. When required, we also data mine online resources to age proof-of-existence by reference to participation and interactions with bona fide parties and can attach trust related data applicable to the transaction including public records data and a proprietary trust score.